Dortmund to beat Club Brugge

Dortmund sneaked a 1-0 win in the reverse fixture on Matchday 1 thanks to a late Christian Pulisic goal.

Since then, Lucien Favre’s side have gone on to record 11 victories in 14 matches in all competitions, losing just once.

They will qualify for the knock-out stages with another win, and should get that against a side that have won just two of their last 11 games.

Porto to beat Schalke

Porto come into this game on the back of a 2-0 win over Belenenses in the Primeira Division, their eighth straight victory in all competitions.

The Portuguese side are top of Group D with 10 points after four matches, and have won nine of their 11 games at the Estadio do Dragao this season.

Schalke are winless in their last four away games and have won just two of their last 10 matches in all competitions on the road.

Liverpool to win or draw v Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain could be eliminated from Group C with a defeat after back-to-back draws with Napoli left them with just five points after four matches.

Liverpool have already shown they can match the French champions after inflicting their only defeat of the season in all competitions at Anfield on Matchday 1.

The hosts have only beaten Red Star Belgrade in Europe this season, but given their impressive home form – winning 11 of their last 12 games at Parc des Princes – it makes sense to utilise the double chance market.

Tottenham to beat Inter Milan

Tottenham have won five consecutive matches in all competitions following their 3-1 victory over Chelsea on Saturday evening.

They need a sixth to keep their hopes of Champions League qualification alive and should they replicate the intensity with which they attacked Chelsea last time out, scoring twice in the opening 16 minutes, then it is certainly possible.

Inter have lost two of their last three away games, including a 4-1 pasting at Atalanta two weeks ago, so opportunities will be there for Spurs.


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